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Charlie Palmer Steak Opens in Downtown Napa This Week

San Francisco Chronicle Written by: Justin Phillips Charlie Palmer says it’s time for people to focus on the positive when it comes to Napa. It’s a mantra the Wine Country restaurateur says he’s been living by for the last few months while coordinating the opening of Charlie Palmer Steak Napa in Downtown Napa’s Archer Hotel. The restaurant officially opens Thursday. “I’m one of the most... read more

Victory Park Rebirth to Include Restaurants, Residences, Bars, and a Bowling Alley

D Magazine Written by: Nancy Nichols Get ready. It's going to be a doozy. Frisco isn’t the only area that is booming. Victory Park, the 75-acre mixed-use development surrounding the American Airlines Center, is about to come back to life. Over the next year, Victory Park will debut new restaurants (including one weighing in at 24,000 square feet), bars, office space, a movie theater, and new retail. To... read more

Terry Montesi Featured Guest on America’s Real Estate Podcast

Hosted by: Michael Bull, CCIM, Bull Realty Inc. Terry Montesi, CEO at Trademark Property Group, joins host Michael Bull on America's Commercial Real Estate Show to discuss forecasts in the retail market, what is trending amongst millennials, changing in parking structure for retail, changes in F&B and entertainment, and tips for tenants, investors and retail industry professionals. Click Here for Original... read more

Song Performed by Blind Lemon Jefferson and The Beatles Inspires Victory Park Sculpture

Dallas Observer Written by: Karen Gavis Victory Park’s latest public art addition, a steel pipe sculpture that is 15 feet tall and 34 feet wide, is a vibrant throwback to Dallas’ musical roots. Las Vegas-based artist Tim Bavington, originally from England, is known for his musically themed creations laden with brightly colored automotive paint. While he’s never played in a band, Bavington says he is a... read more

Trademark Matching $50K Dollar-for-Dollar to Benefit Napa Disaster Relief Fund

Napa Valley Register Written by: Register Staff Sixty downtown Napa businesses are coming together to host the Do Napa Downtown Crawl on Saturday from 4 to 8 p.m. All will be donating a portion of their sales during that period to the Napa Valley Community Foundation Disaster Relief fund. The owners of Trademark Property Company, on behalf of First Street Napa, will donate a dollar-for-dollar... read more

An Exploration on Public Art with Janet Hobby of MKG Art Management

Public art is an integral part of every Trademark property - it’s one of our favorite ways to add soul and character to a space. Our public art investment totals more than 30 works, 15 artists, and even partnerships with major museums. At our properties, you’ll find works in a range of mediums: sculpture, mural, photography, neon, metal works, wood, and more. Our collection is growing constantly. These artists... read more

Victory Park Unveils Musically-Inspired Sculpture by Internationally Recognized Artist Tim Bavington

Media Contact: Abby Waldron; awaldron@sunwestpr.com ; 214-373-1601 Launch event on Thursday, Nov. 2, 2-4 p.m. will celebrate the newest addition to Victory’s public art program DALLAS (Oct. 30, 2017) – Victory Park has added a bold new sculpture from Las Vegas-based artist Tim Bavington to its growing public art program. To celebrate, the community is invited to stop by on Thursday, Nov. 2 from 2 to 4 p.m. to... read more

True Food Kitchen Inks Deal at Market Street – The Woodlands

Houston Chron Written by: Katherine Feser True Food Kitchen plans to open at Market Street The Woodlands in summer, 2018. The full-service restaurant, to be located next to Grotto, has a menu based on seasonal fare with dishes that emphasize whole foods. The restaurant, featuring a contemporary decor with the kitchen in open view, will be open daily for lunch and dinner and for brunch on weekends. Part... read more

Victory Park in Downtown Dallas Jumps on Popups with Limited-run Boutique

CultureMap Dallas Written by: Teresa Gubbins One of shopping's biggest trends has hit Victory Park in downtown Dallas, as the district welcomes its first pop-up retailer, the Dallas-based online brand OETL Co. Founded by Argentina-born, Italy-raised Gisela Borghi-Hocker, OETL Co. stands for Ora et Labora, and features clothes, jewelry, leather goods, and home accessories, handmade by artisans in Italy and... read more

Varsity Sports Opening Holiday Popup Shop at Perkins Rowe

Baton Rouge Business Report Written by: Alexandria Burris Following a national retail trend, Perkins Rowe has executed a short term lease with Varsity Sports to operate a holiday pop-up shop at the mixed-use development from Nov. 1 through Jan. 31. The temporary shop will be located between the Paris Parker Salon & Spa and Anthropologie, says Varsity Sports owner Jenni Peters. It will have the same... read more

First Street Napa Welcomes Overland Sheepskin Co., Inc. as New Tenant in January 2018

The Registry NAPA, Calif. (September 20, 2017) – First Street Napa, a 325,000-square-foot mixed-use development in the heart of Downtown Napa that will encompass 45 retail shops and restaurants, new creative office space, and a 183-room Archer Hotel, announced today that Overland Sheepskin Co., Inc. will relocate from Yountville and open its new store within the project at 1202 First Street. A family-owned... read more

Overland Sheepskin to Move Napa Valley Store

North Bay Business Journal After more than a quarter century in Yountville, Overland Sheepskin Co., Inc., plans to move its California store to downtown Napa early next year. Overland in January is set to occupy about 2,000 square feet in the Beckstoffer Building at 1202 First St. It's under renovation as part of the 325,000-square-foot First Street Napa mixed-use project, which includes a 183-room Archer Hotel,... read more